nonselected

adjective
non·se·lect·ed | \ˌnän-sə-ˈlek-təd \

Definition of nonselected 

: not having been chosen or selected No statistical significant differences in clinically relevant characteristics were found between the randomly selected and nonselected patients.— Annarita Carino et al.

First Known Use of nonselected

1838, in the meaning defined above

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